The meeting in Bastad erased the boundaries
Big words and big visions embossed Boundless Möten näringslivsdag when Fredrik Reinfeldt, Barack Obama’s advisor John Hope Bryant and Princess Sofia gathered in Bastad. – The continuation will be greater than we think, says organizer Bo Nilsson.On Thursday converged on the big names to talk and lecture on the theme “A Sustainable Tomorrow” and must one believe the participants themselves were the crowded conference successful.When Fredrik Reinfeldt and John Hope Bryant would sum up the day at a press conference held in the afternoon, underlined both the importance of transparency and to cooperate across borders.– I came here to this discussion is important for me to work with people who are not like yourself. After all, there are not as many platforms where world leaders can meet. I think this is the beginning of a new movement with more cooperation and less protests. “Including people is the ball game,” said John Hope Bryant and was supported by Fredrik Reinfeldt:– This is a time when we must have faith and courage to invest in an open world and I will continue to be a voice for openness.Not surprisingly focused much on foreign policy issues Brexit, so what can you accomplish by meeting in Bastad?It was a simple question for John Hope Bryant to answer.– It’s not about where to meet, but which ones meet and what to do afterwards. I’m happy with the day, but this was just the first step. We have much to do.The only thing missing was a dip in the sea.– Bastad is a beautiful place and I wish I had time to spend a little more time on the beach. It is not at all like one imagines Sweden! It was a surprise to come here, the town is so cozy and idyllic said John Hope Bryant after the press conference.The organizer Bo Nilsson are now aiming at a “borderless” continued – even if the base is in Bastad.– There is a pent-up need to meet people who can do something today, they feel light so hard to reach. I think we’ve hit a nerve and Fredrik Reinfeldt and John Hope Bryant was brilliant lecture, he said and continued:– We will be boundless for real and we will build on this in both the digital and the physical space. Bastad is a great place to meet, but next time could well be in Jukkasjarvi or digitally.